COMMUNITY GROUPS & ORGANISATIONS



 

A community based organisation which:-

  • Coordinates, facilitates and empowers people from Vincentian backgrounds

  • Delivers a range of social, health and education projects to engage our young members of the community

  • Provides Steel Pans training and opportunities to make costumes for Luton Carnival

  • Operates a twice weekly luncheon club for older members of the community, including healthy checks, exercise for life and social activities

  • Specialises in older people's mental health

Joycelin Bullock

01582 504151

jos.bullock@ntlworld.com

 

 

 

 

Our association is a voluntary group that was formed in 1984 which

aims to inform, socialise, befriend and prevent exclusion.

We take part and organise many activities including fundraising

and wish to forge friendships with other groups & agencies. 

We wish to reach out to other local residents through our website.

www.sknfa.btik.com

 

We also work nationally championing

fatherhood through our online dads'

forum and dad's pledge. Dadtalk is a

consortium made up of dads' aim to:

  • Champion fatherhood

  • Decrease isolation in fathering

  • Supporting fathers to make it positive contribution to children's lives

  • Increasing aspirations

  • Informing on issues of fatherhood

  • Dialogue within and between communities

 Please see www.dadtalk.co.uk

For more information please contact

Allan Johnson-Mwangi

on  07887 518131

or e-mail: info@lyla.org.uk

 

LYLA exists to nurture and develop the

leadership of young African & Caribbean

males, empowering them to become the

next generation of successful leaders.

 

We provide educational and emotional

support to boys in Luton & Bedfordshire

aged 8 - 18, identified as being at risk

of exclusion from school.

 

We provide activities such as

After-School Tutorials:-

Saturday Academy, Half-term activities,

Summer Academy & other fun and

academic activities.

 

As part of our Strength Families &

 Strengthening Communities projects

we offer a 13 week parent training

programme aimed at helping parents to

be the best they can be to their children.

 

Please log on www.lyla.org.uk

 

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